Samabor is a hybrid of the species phaeum. It was introduced by the Washfield Nursery in England. It is valued for its display of medium-sized leaves, each boldly splashed with purple-black against a green background. The nodding maroon-purple flowers are a near-match, appearing in late spring and lasting until late summer.
Up to 80cm
Does really well in a rich, moist composted soil’
It is adaptable to different situation. However due to flower and leaf marking it is at its best in part shade or filtered light.